Are you toxic from beryllium?
Do you have beryllium toxicity? Get yourself tested here.
Most people have never heard of the toxic heavy metal beryllium. Beryllium is however a human toxin & it’s a serious pollution problem for everyone. Beryllium toxicity is the accumulation of the toxic metal in your body which happens over time. One of the biggest dangers of beryllium is that it can access any part of your body often entering the brain then attracting other toxic substances to itself causing brain allergies.
Beryllium is also linked to alcoholism or alcohol addiction, basically beryllium finds its way to the pleasure center of the brain and steals the seats normally used by important amino acids, this prevents normal pleasure chemicals from working properly causing depression, alcohol addiction results from attempting to activate the pleasure center but only getting a limited response thanks to beryllium toxicity.
Beryllium is literally everywhere thanks to the production of coal oil (oil, coal & fuel combustion), beryllium is also used in making metal alloys and is used in medical science, nuclear reactors, electrical equipment and microwave ovens. Beryllium is in the air, water and food supply. So the real question is are you toxic with beryllium?
Symptoms of beryllium toxicity
Symptoms associated with beryllium vary depending on the amount you are currently exposed to, or if you have liver detoxification problems here are some of the more common symptoms:
- Alcohol addiction & alcoholism
- Brain allergies
- Intestinal Lesions
- Berylliosis, or chronic beryllium disease (CBD), is a chronic allergic-type lung response and chronic lung disease
- Contact dermatitis
- Mental health problems
- Chemical pneumonia
Beryllium & addiction
Beryllium is plentiful in coal products such as “coal oil”, and in petrol to which kerosene or coal oil has been added. Fuel for “kerosene lamps & stoves” is a common offender, filling the air with beryllium. Liver blockage can force beryllium to circulate through the body, if it happens to attach itself to the addiction center of the brain, you’re in a heap of trouble!
Beryllium is very reactive. Any other allergen coursing by can react with it. If this happens to be alcohol–the drinking kind–you will become alcoholic unbeknownst to yourself.
When the liver is quite disabled, there may still be alcohol coursing through your body the day after you drank even a little bit. It is bound to find the beryllium stuck to the addiction center. Together, they turn the brain into an uncontrolled machine.
Neurotransmitters are released that shouldn’t be, others not released that should be. Mood is affected in a typically “alcoholic” way. Depression may be lifted—or caused! Alcoholic persons should test for beryllium and remove all fossil fuels from their environment, and never choose a career that exposes them to paint, cleaners, or automotive products.
The more beryllium that is inhaled the bigger the chance that it will occupy the addiction center. The brain cells in the addiction center have receptor sites for glutamate (the same glutamic acid that comes from the protein in our food). Normally, glutamate activates the addiction center. But when beryllium has “stolen” these seats, the glutamate is powerless to activate the joy and happiness center. The result is a low-level chronic depression. The more beryllium there is to clog the receptors the worse the depression.
Additional symptoms of beryllium toxicity
Because beryllium can influence the pleasure center of the brain by pushing out the amino acid glutamate or L-glutamine, deficiencies symptoms of glutamine can be indications of possible beryllium toxicity. Testing for amino acid imbalances can help discover if glutamine is being affected.
It’s important to understand that amino acid supplementation can NOT resolve beryllium toxicity and may cover up symptoms leading to bigger problems. Detoxification of beryllium is essential to properly restoring amino acid imbalances.
Beryllium toxicity & genetics
Some people are genetically predisposed to beryllium toxicity, this is because certain genes belonging to liver detoxification pathways that normally deal with beryllium detoxification have been deleted, in these cases a genetics test can confirm and a specialized nutritional program can help the individual detoxify beryllium.
Do you have beryllium toxicity?
The best way to find out if you have toxic levels of beryllium and or if you’re at risk from beryllium related disease is by a hair mineral analysis, this simple home test shows if you are toxic and guidance can be given to how to detoxify the beryllium in your situation as everyone is different.
People who have addiction problems and or alcohol addiction and or drug addiction are encouraged to test for beryllium toxicity.
Detoxification of beryllium
Often people attempt to detoxify beryllium without knowing if they have toxicity and without knowing the best ways to achieve results. Many heavy metal detoxification supplements on the market do not work and often contain toxic heavy metals themselves.
beryllium is a very toxic metal and each person who has been exposed to the metal is affected in different ways, this can cause detoxification problems.
It’s important to have yourself tested by professionals that can guide you through the detoxification process that will work for you personally. It’s also possible that you may have a gene mutations which can make any basic detoxification program useless and or harmful.
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